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Grading Rubric Video Graded Assignment (50 pts) This assignment is to use a video presentation program to develop a video with your content Presentation Assignment (50 pts) 5 -6(Excellent) 4 (Good) 2-3 (Fair) 0-1 (Poor) Content (18 pts) a) at least 5 images. (6) Includes at least five images. Missing one image Two-three images missing. Most images are missing or completely inadequate. b) titles for each image (6) Well-defined captions. Missing one component. Two-three components missing. Most captions are missing or completely inadequate. c) Music (4) Appropriate music included No music included Enhancements (6) Great use of colors, fonts Good use of colors, fonts Adequate use of colors, fonts Poor use of colors, fonts Special Effects (6) Great use of effects. Good use effects. Adequate use of effects. Poor use of effects. Organization (6) Student presents information in logical, interesting sequence. Student presents information in logical sequence. Reader has difficulty following
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Unformatted text preview: presentation. Reader cannot understand presentation because there is no sequence of information. Comprehensibility (4) Can understand all of what is being communicated. Can understand most of what is being communicated. Can understand less than half of what is being communicated. Can understand little of what is being communicated. Effort (6) Exceeds the requirements of the assignment and have put care Fulfills all of the requirements of the assignment. Fulfills some of the requirements of the assignment. Fulfills few of the requirements of the assignment. and effort into the process. Grammar, Mechanics, Spelling, and Sentence Structure (6) Presentation is highly polished; no grammar or spelling errors. Presentation is polished; maximum of one grammar or spelling error. Presentation is adequate; maximum of two grammar or spelling errors. Inadequate presentation; more than two spelling or grammar errors....
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2010 for the course CPSC 1105 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Columbus State University.

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